This is the site of the Henry Oxner's homestead that once stood here; a first settler's home along with the fish shacks and racks to dry fish, and the barn in the fiield that stood into the 20th century. In 1937 the Colonial Revival home was built , the house we see today looking out across the field and harbour toward the historic town of Lunenburg. With 1,800 square feet of living space including a 400 square foot apartment with private entry, this three bedroom home plus studio has had numerous upgrades and offers many of the features one seeks in a character home, with room for a new owner to exercise some creative vision. The kitchen and bath have been updated, and many new windows added in keeping with the style of the original, hand crafted, wood staircase and hardwood floors. There is potential for developing the attic space, or reconnecting the studio space from the staircase landing as a spacious, water-view, master suite. The guest suite would also be ideal for a new owner seeking Air B&B potential. The property is level walking to amenities, including the golf course and tennis courts a short distance away. Most notably, it is one of the very few homes within the town limits with direct oceanfront consisting of 19 feet, easily accessible at water's edge, facing the Lunenburg golf course - suitable for small craft or kayaks. In the historic UNESCO town of Lunenburg, this property is a rare find.
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